What is the difference between a Samsung Chromebook and a Samsung notebook?

A notebook is a personal, portable computer that integrates all the components of an ordinary desktop computer such as a keyboard, mouse and a web camera into a single unit.

 

A Chromebook is a device built and optimised for web browsing. The Chromebook aims to provide the best web experience by offering a faster, simpler and more secure interface.

 

Chromebooks are notebooks that use the Chrome operating software, which is specially built for web applications, and rely on cloud clients to save applications, documents, etc. Notebooks typically run Windows or OS X and are built specifically for offline applications.

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